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Until Sept. 16, most of the volleyball teams on this side of North Dakota were equal. Sure some had a few shiny pieces of extra hardware to haul around after a tournament but in reality everyone made par. As of the morning of Sept. 17, however, only half of District 9 could say they were unbeaten. Hazen was on that list, Beulah was not.
It has been nothing but a year of growth and development for the Beulah-Hazen cross country team. Growth in participation numbers, development in personal records and, well, lots and lots of running. But all their hard work is really paying off as the boys’ varsity team placed 10th out of 20 teams last weekend at the Mandan Meet.
Everybody wants to be a winner but winners aren’t just born, they’re made. And making winners is exactly what head coach Bruce Wold and the Beulah-Hazen cross country team has been up to. Their last week of action displayed a host of personal best times at the Dickinson Meet.
The Beulah Miners couldn’t have asked for a better first day of football season. The weather was nice, the stands were full and everyone was full of early season excitement. And with good reason as the Beulah gridiron gang pounded the running game for 282 rushing and a sweet W in the playbook against the DesLacs-Burlington Lakers.
Cool winds and clear skies made for an excellent day of golf at the Hazen Municipal Golf Course Saturday as local enthusiasts came out to support the Mercer County Ambulance Service. Employee and tournament organizer Mary Speirs said, “It was an awesome turnout, probably our best yet, with 65 participants.